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  • MOVIE NIGHT IN THE PARK – TRUNK OR TREAT – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25TH 7:00 P.M.

    TULLYTOWN CANAL PARK (Behind Wal-Mart)

    ANYONE INTERESTED IN SETTING UP A “DECORATED TRUNK” TO GIVE OUT CANDY TO THE CHILDREN, PLEASE CONTACT:  JESSICA KLIGERMAN AT TULLYTOWN BOROUGH 215-945-1560 X 245

    Click here for Flyer:  MOVIE night in the Park 10-25-19

     

  • LEAF PROGRAM

       

  • 9-11 Vigil – September 11, 2019

    Thank you to all who participated and those who attended

  • TULLYTOWN FIRE CO 100TH ANNIVERSARY PARADE

    CELEBRATING 100 YEARS!!!!

  • ELECTION DAY – NOVEMBER 5TH

    Borough Municipal Building, 500 Main St, Tullytown, PA 19007

    Polls Open – 7:00 am  ~ Polls Close – 8:00 pm

    Last Day to Register Before November 5th Election — October 7th

    Last Day to Apply for a Civilian Absentee Ballot — October 29th

    Last day for County Boards of Elections to Receive Voted Civilian Absentee Ballots — November 1st

    Last Day for County Board of Elections to Receive Voted Military and Overseas Absentee Ballots — November 12th (submitted for delivery no later than 11:59 pm on November 4th)

  • Tullytown Borough Ordinance Chapter 92 – Grass, Weeds & Vegetation

    Residents of Tullytown Borough, one of Bucks County’s oldest and historic communities, to call Tullytown home……

    One of the first impressions of our community noted by a visitor to historic Pennsbury Manor, an employee of one of our local businesses or boater on Warner Lake will be the appearance of property owners’ lawns, gardens and over all property.

    Perhaps it was, particularly, with that in mind that the Borough Council enacted Chapter 92 of the Borough Code:

    “the owner of any premises…..shall remove, trim or cut all grass, weeds or other vegetation upon such premises……”

    While the Ordinance specifically addresses property appearance, it must also be remembered that the Ordinance also addresses the very real issue of the community health and safety. Overgrown and unkempt property is an open invitation to all types of destructive disease carrying rodents, ticks, insects, etc.

    During this season of lush and rapid growth of vegetation (both wanted and unwanted) this message is a reminder of Property Owners’ responsibility to maintain their property.

  • STATE SENATOR STEVE SANTARSIERO SATELLITE OFFICE-TULLYTOWN BOROUGH

    State Senator Steve Santarsiero Satellite Office (BEGINNING JULY 30TH):

    Tullytown Borough Municipal Building, 500 Main Street, Tullytown, PA 19007

    Office Hours:  Tuesday & Thursdays 9:00 am to Noon ~ Phone: 215-497-9490